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to make or become physically hard

to make firmer in a particular conviction or habit

to make resistant to hardship, especially through continued exposure

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become hard or harder

make hard or harder

harden by reheating and cooling in oil

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A broad line of company's Epotuf epoxy hardeners is available for a variety of applications.
Offers its Lekutherm Hardener M, methyl hexahydrophthalic anhydride, a liquid hardener.
Resins offered: acrylic resins, crosslinking resins, epoxy hardeners, epoxy resins, high-solids resins, methacrylic monomers/polymers, polyamide resins, UV curing resins, urethane/polyurethane resins, water thinned resins
Liquid anhydride hardeners for low exotherm, adhesion, electrical, and thermal properties are also available.
Formulated for the rapid production of tough, thermoplastic-like prototypes and short-run parts with excellent UV stability, says Vantico, RP6463 R PUR resin and either RP63H Slow or RP 6463H Fast hardeners produce crystal-clear parts from 1-inch thick (fast system) to 2-3 inches thick (slow system) with a room-temperature demold time of 4 to 16 hours (depending upon which hardener or hardener combination is used).
2 billion manufacturer of specialty chemical and petroleum products, announced that it has formed a new worldwide resins group overseeing the marketing of polyurethane intermediates, epoxy resins and hardeners.
Figure 8 shows the correlation between cure shrinkage and free volume for various combinations of epoxy resins and hardeners.
Prosoco's new Consolideck LS (lithium silicate) and Consolideck LS Guard liquid floor hardeners seal, harden and densify concrete by penetrating and reacting to create tough, insoluble calcium silicate hydrate within the concrete pores.
based in Fontana, California, is a major American producer of secondary aluminum ingot and billet, and a chief distributor of primary aluminum foundry ingot, grain refiners and hardeners.
In the 1960s, silicate binders were used as "air set" systems, incorporating various reactive powder hardeners to cure the binder.
Epoxy thermosets were formulated by mixing two diamine hardeners (DDS and MCDEA) with one epoxy resin (DGEBA).
Before concentrating on hardeners that would facilitate low-temperature cure, Dr.
Metre-Cure series of catalytic epoxy resin hardeners has been developed for diverse applications.
Common sources of moisture include fluxes, dirty tools, ingot and hardeners, combustion by-products, and charge materials containing molding sand, binder and additives.
But, as an antibacterial in nail hardeners, manufacturers can use up to 5 percent - more than 25 percent higher than the FDA safety threshold.